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  1. strain

    • IPA[streɪn]

    英式

    • v.
      force (a part of one's body or oneself) to make an unusually great effort;make an unusually great effort
    • n.
      a force tending to pull or stretch something to an extreme or damaging degree;an injury to a part of the body caused by overexertion
    • noun: strain, plural noun: strains

    • verb: strain, 3rd person present: strains, gerund or present participle: straining, past tense: strained, past participle: strained

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. force (a part of one's body or oneself) to make an unusually great effort:

      I stopped and listened, straining my ears for any sound

    • 2. make an unusually great effort:

      his voice was so quiet that I had to strain to hear it

    • 3. injure (a limb, muscle, or organ) by overexerting it:

      on cold days you are more likely to strain a muscle

      glare from the screen can strain your eyes

    • 4. make severe or excessive demands on:

      he strained her tolerance to the limit

    • 5. pull or push forcibly at something:

      the bear strained at the chain around its neck

      his stomach was swollen, straining against the thin shirt

    • 6. stretch (something) tightly:

      the barbed wire fence was strained to posts six feet high

    • 7. embrace (someone) tightly:

      she strained the infant to her bosom again

    • 8. pour (a mainly liquid substance) through a porous or perforated device or material in order to separate out any solid matter:

      strain the custard into a bowl

    • 9. cause liquid to drain off (food which has been boiled, soaked, or canned) by using a porous or perforated device:

      she turned to the sink to strain the noodles

    • 10. drain (liquid) off food by using a porous or perforated device:

      strain off the surplus fat

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a force tending to pull or stretch something to an extreme or damaging degree:

      the usual type of chair puts an enormous strain on the spine

      aluminium may bend under strain

    • 2. an injury to a part of the body caused by overexertion:

      he has a slight groin strain

    • 3. the magnitude of a deformation, equal to the change in the dimension of a deformed object divided by its original dimension.
    • 4. a severe or excessive demand on the strength, resources, or abilities of someone or something:

      the accusations put a strain on relations between the two countries

      she's under considerable strain

    • 5. a state of tension or exhaustion resulting from severe demands on one's strength or resources:

      the telltale signs of nervous strain

    • 6. the sound of a piece of music:

      the distant strains of the brass band grew louder

    • adj. (of a person) showing signs of tiredness or nervous tension:

    • Jean's pale, strained face

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    • adj. showing signs of nervous tension or tiredness:

    • Jean's pale, strained face

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    • n. energy stored in an elastic body under loading:

    • ligaments and tendons are elastic structures that can store strain energy, like a spring

      determinations of the form of the strain energy function

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    • n. an injury to a muscle caused by overexertion or twisting:

    • I just have a minor muscle strain

      he had to rein in his exercise because of fears of muscle strain

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    • n. energy stored in an elastic body under loading:

    • ligaments and tendons are elastic structures that can store strain energy, like a spring

      determinations of the form of the strain energy function

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    • n. fatigue of the eyes, such as that caused by reading or looking at a computer screen for too long:

    • avoid eye strain and have your sight checked regularly

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    • IPA[strān]

    美式

    • v.
      force (a part of one's body or oneself) to make a strenuous or unusually great effort:
    • I stopped and listened, straining my ears for any sound
    • n.
      a force tending to pull or stretch something to an extreme or damaging degree:
    • the usual type of chair puts an enormous strain on the spine

      aluminum may bend under strain

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    • IPA[streɪn]

    英式

    • n.
      a particular breed, stock, or variety of an animal or plant.

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    • IPA[strān]

    美式

    • n.
      a breed, stock, or variety of an animal or plant developed by breeding.

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